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• Seek out “buried treasure”
• Deliberate practice
• The clarity around goals
Think for a second that you can live life like it’s a hunt for buried treasures.
It’s not that big of a step to take, in reality. Like most treasure hunts that are any good, you get a map. In your life, this map is where you are in the universe. Some parts of the map are something you’re well aware of. These things are what you are used to each day of your life at this current time.
• Focus on tasks
• Stay organized with a short-hand list
• Don’t skip steps
Back in 2004, a new procedure was introduced in intensive care units in nine Michigan-area hospitals. The procedure was able to achieve success right away.
Within three months, adding in the procedure had reduced infection rates in the I.C.U. by 66%. By 18 months, this single procedure was saving hospitals upwards of 75 million. During that same time, the lives of over 1,500 people were saved. The results of this procedure were published in the New England of Medicine, and it achieved a great deal of attention.
Did you know that there are over 100 different species of pine trees? However, only a couple of them are used as a remedy. Typically, pine pollen extract for supplements is collected from these two trees: The Chinese Oil Pine and the Masson pine. These come from very mountainous regions, and the trees usually thrive at 500 to 800 meters over sea level. Collecting this pollen takes some effort!
If you’re like most gym-goers, you probably add a couple ab exercises onto the end of each workout (if at all). Yet, many just never seem to be satisfied with their abs. The problem? Working on your abs after your body is already fatigued from your earlier workout.
The brain is like a “GPS” which tries to create a clear “map” of the body relative to space. It uses 3 “satellites” as information sources to achieve this: the vision, vestibular system, and proprioceptive system (muscles and joints). When the body doesn’t get good information from these sources, which happens from sitting and staring at a computer/phone too much, the brain creates a blurry “map.” The consequences of a blurry map are pain, tightness, decreased strength, and increased stress hormones.